On Monday, during his opening speech at the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, Sultan Ahmed Al-Jaber, the Minister of State in the United Arab Emirates and the Chairman of Masdar, publicized how the UAE is set to become the first nation to provide safe, commercial, as well as a peaceful nuclear power.
The event was themed “Accelerating the pace of sustainable development.” The 2020 edition of the event is occurring from the 11th of January to the 18th of January at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. The event promises to unite technology pioneers, industry specialists, and policy generators. Masdar, the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, is the host of the event. It views the part played by the youth as the sustainability leaders of the upcoming generation.
Al Jaber talked about the initiatives taken by the Mohamed Bin Zayed Solar Park and Masdar, while highlighting the advancements of the United Arab Emirates in sustainability. He stated that the nation was among the area’s initial movers in upholding and advancing in advanced energy.
He stated that we live in a time where humanity is progressing speedily thanks to break-through technology. He said that in the 21st century’s initial 20 years, life expectancy rose considerably, child mortality around the globe was reduced to half of what it previously was and the middle class nearly doubled.
As human progress advances, another chief challenge is coming forward. This is how to live up to the global demand for energy and resources while also safeguarding our world.
According to Al Jaber, the United Arab Emirates has decided to address this challenge and initiated renewable energy projects locally and throughout 25 other nations throughout the globe amounting to nearly 12 GW.